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After a sun-soaked summer, our strands are in need of a little refresh for fall. Luckily, you don’t need to do much to make an impact. It’s all about working with what you already have. Here, our seven favorite shade updates for the season.

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Beige Blonde

Cool platinum strands at the start of summer tend to get brassy and faded by September. Weave in some warm lowlights and subtle golden highlights throughout to create a fresh look for fall.

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Rose Gold Highlights

For something slightly less conventional, but equally flattering, opt for some champagne-toned highlights around the face to brighten things up.

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Silly name aside (brown + blonde), celebs are rocking this look because it's the perfect transitional shade between seasons. Like ombré, it's low maintenance as it grows out. Unlike ombré, it's seamlessly blended so there are no harsh lines of contrast between the two tones.

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Balayage Brown

To make those pricey summer balayage highlights work through the fall, get an all-over glaze in a chestnut brown to deepen the colors and bring back some luster.

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Terra-cotta Red

A warm, earthy red is every bit as eye catching as other scarlet shades but a bit more wearable across skin tones. Ask for a mix of coppery and bronze hues to really light up your complexion.

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Copper Brown

A deep brown base with caramel highlights woven in toward the ends gives brunette locks some life and dimension. Keep your color vibrant with a weekly at-home gloss.

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Raven Black

The main difference between striking black hair and dull, inky strands? A lack of shine and depth. Keep yours glossy and multidimensional with a light mist of shine serum and a few auburn strands around the face.

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